Posted 5 April 2018. PMN Crop News.
New Soybean Disease Identification Resource for 2018
Soybean Diseases publication available from ISU Extension and Outreach
Source: Iowa State University News Release. crops.extension.iastate.edu
By Daren Mueller and Adam Sisson
Ames, Iowa (February 6, 2018)--Iowa State University Extension and Outreach has released an updated version of the “Soybean Diseases” (IPM 4) publication to help farmers and other professionals in the agriculture industry identify and scout for disease threats to soybean production in Iowa. The publication includes scouting tips, disease descriptions, hi-resolution images and general recommendations for management. Also included are illustrated disease cycles for many diseases, a foliar disease estimation chart, and soybean growth and development and staging information.
“Soybean disease issues change over time, and the information we have about diseases advances with new research,” said Adam Sisson, extension specialist for the Integrated Pest Management Program at Iowa State University. “We updated 'Soybean Diseases' to reflect these changes and to improve the usefulness of the publication.”
“Several diseases not found in the previous version have been added, such as soybean vein necrosis and tobacco ringspot, along with new images and updates throughout,” said Daren Mueller, associate professor and extension crop plant pathologist at Iowa State University.
The "Soybean Diseases" publication is available to purchase online at the Extension Store. A hard copy of the publication costs $5, but there also is an option to order it in boxed quantities of 50 for a reduced price of $3.50 per publication. Printable downloads are $2.50 each.
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